No one said you couldn’t do research as a student. No one said you couldn’t share your knowledge openly if you were a researcher.
Well, if they did, we missed the memo.
And that’s just what Insanitek does. Think of it as a science and technology apprenticeship: Students and researchers work on projects together, then we publish the work as open access.
It works like this: A client wants a project done. They ask us, and our team of engineers, scientists, researchers and their minions work on it. The students (minions) get hands experience while they are doing their book work with these projects. The clients get a decent deal on quality work. And, because we keep everything open source and (mostly*) open access, the torch of knowledge is passed on and on.
*The mostly comes from not saying anything before the projects finished or in the case of client confidentiality.
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